My Gotcha story continues:
Tuna and I looked up to see human and they had us locked up. I don’t know how we didn’t notice we was walking into a trap to eat. We threw ourselves against the side of the cage but even our sharp teeth and claws were no match for the steel bars. “TUNA!” I cried as we both looked for a way out.
We found ourselves at an evil place with evil smells. Then we were broken up. I didn’t have my Tuna to protect me anymore. I was taken in a room and interrogated by a human who probed every orifice of my body. I growled, hissed and spit. I was angrier than I’d ever been in my short life. I heard the word surgery and then I was thrown back in my cage.
I awoke from the surgery. How long was I out? Did I divulge any Alley secrets? Where was Tuna? Speaking of tuna, I was plenty hungry.
That was 10 years ago. A lot of things are vague after that. The hospital shipped me off someplace to sit in a cage. That place smelled like death. Would I spend the rest of my life caged up? I waited and was given a number and a date. I was feral and deemed unadoptable even at my young age.
To be continued Monday.
Caturday Art Blog Hop and CK Giveaway 3
This week's art pieces were created with DreamScope. Thanks to Athena Cat Goddess Wise Kitty for hosting the Caturday Art Blog Hop every week.
You’ll notice in both images I’m washing myself. I've no need for fancy soaps or lotions; just my tongue. On the other hand, TW has a jones for that sort of stuff. She can’t buy enough fancy, shmancy smelly soaps. I’m lucky my good furrend Pricilla is in the soap-making business.
I actually met Famous SpokesGoat Pricilla and her publicist because TW bought handmade goat’s milk soap from their Happy Goat Soap Etsy Shop. She lost her Etsy password so she axed me to comment on Pricilla’s blog to tell her how much she loved it. Well Pricilla has retired from blogging and producing milk for soap but has trained her employees well. You can still read about her from time to time on her Publicist’s blog Broken Teepee.
|Disclaimer: I was provided with the item to give away but that |
didn’t influence anything about this post. TW bought the soap
which shows we only blog about items we use and believe it.
Why am I telling you this? Happy Goat Soap—Pricilla and her Publicist—have graciously agreed to send six bars of their rich, all natural goat milk soap to one of my readers. It’s made in small batches at the Happy Goats Farm in Montana. The bars come in some beautiful shapes and something like 38 scents plus unscented. TW started out getting the variety packs of the hostess soaps and liked everyone she tried. Can you believe she thinks some of the bars are too pretty to use? I think she should use them and buy more (but she better not use my money).
All you have to do to enter is fill out the Rafflecopter. No purchase necessary. Giveaway is open to U.S. residents, 18+ years old. Void where prohibited. Giveaway will run from January 23 and will end January 30 at 11:59pm ET. One winner will be randomly selected by Rafflecopter and notified via email. The winner will have 48 hours to claim their prize; failure to do so will result in forfeiture of the prize. You can enter as many of the #10CK drawings as you wish but you can only win once. Capiche? Best of luck to everyone.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Enter to win in the #10CK marathon celebration. Weruva Natural Litter made with Hinoki Wood and Green Tea, either The Gift of Magic or The Bastet Trilogy and a Skinneeez Catnip Mouse. Thanks to all my sponsors for making #10CK happen and to Barb for the cool #10CK logo.